“Tell me what you want.” Gabriel got his hand in Rase’s hair again and pulled his head back so far that Rase’s neck hurt, his back starting to. Rase Illion is a middle-aged captain of industry, a restrained man with a spotless reputation just emerging from the shadow of his vicious, driven father. Since his. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Uneven at Anah Crow isn’t cut from that cloth, and Uneven is not a book for people who.

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Since his father’s death, Rase has been living like the old man was still alive, keeping up appearances with his trophy wife and appropriately luxurious house.

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I have pretty serious complaints, too, but in the end what’s good in this book weighs so much more. BDSM is so awesome, man. It’s one of his many nameless employees, a stockboy, who forgot to leave his pair of handcuffs at home. I’m only giving it four stars because it anan wasn’t long enough; there’s so much potential here for character development and backstory and it’s totally neglected Holy crap, Anah Aanah

Loved it even more the second time around. Is there a sequel planned?


By using this Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms of Use. There’s some dark shit ‘goings on’ in here! Aug 26, M rated it really liked it Shelves: Overall, an enjoyable read with a nice flowing writing and the story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The book is hard hitting, compact, emotional without being teary, compelling, and HOT. I really liked Gabriel but I wished there was more background information about him since we only uneveh some vague things on him.


As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. There’s also incredibly touching tenderness and a sense of humanity.

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I liked the fact that Rase’s first encounter with Gabriel started the motion of Rase getting back to himself and allowing who he is to be finally shown instead of just the carefully controlled business man he made himself into for his father.

Re-read in February Can he convince Gabriel to give their relationship a chance? I found this book to be highly offensive. They absolutely bored me senseless. Rase had been expecting something in keeping with the rest of the building. Want to Read saving… Error rating book. View all 15 comments. And though this isn’t exactly the plot, as the book progresses we watch the two slowly begin to accept each other and themselves and that in itself is incredibly beautiful and heart warming.

There is a difference between BDSM and actual abuse. Well flip all that on it’s head and that’s what you get from Uneven. It’s written by people with no knowledge of the lifestyle, and with no understanding of the mentality, the drives, the urges. Just all kinds of fucking twisted awesomeness! When it comes to safe sex, I’m sure they are able to make the distinction between books and real life. I loved how this was just their relationship, they had no ‘lovers’ time then went into a scene, they were always lovers who just naturally feel into their roles when it was time to have sex.

Anah Crow Average rating: This is not your mothers BDSM novel. But the point is that because he wasn’t normal, and people have to be normal, he felt that he wasn’t just abnormal: More of this please: However, if you’re not interested in reading about this kind of sexuality, I doubt this book has anything to offer you.


Rase and Gabriel are both mysterious, tortured fuckers, but th This shit is intense. Writers tackling a subject this tough, are even more special and unusual. Allen, the devoted factotum and gleeful enabler. As that type of fantasy this is a great book. Rase need to be hurt is scary!!!

Uneven, Anah Crow. (Paperback )

I think there’s something fundamentally fascinating about two broken people finding their own happiness together. Unevenn want them both. His mouth was dry, and the ice in his Scotch rang against the crystal like mocking bells.

I’m always wary about rereading things, because what if they don’t hold up? So reading about Rase’s shame, his inability to accept his desires kneven effectively, himself, is particularly heartbreaking.

That being said, It fascinates me. Everything definitely isn’t like it seems, what seemed like rough play turns out to have deeper meaning and I like Anah Crow’s tone in her stories. There were places in the book that touched me so deep. Because for the most part this was just what I’ve been looking for. Personally, I don’t enjoy books in which the main characters play by the rules, wisely and coolly discuss hard limits and safewords and respect the restrictions of the game.